Production falls on most of the oil fields, the share of fields where it is difficult to produce oil in Russia has grown to 60%, the head Dmitry Kobylkin said at a meeting with large subsoil users in Ugra.“In most of the fields, we see a trend of“ declining production, ”not only in Russia, but around the world. Growth is possible only in two ways. The first is through the search and discovery of new fields, and the second by increasing oil recovery. 80% of industrial category reserves are located in existing fields, while the share of hard-to-recover reserves has grown to 60%, “said Dmitry Kobylkin.His words are quoted by the press service.The Minister said that special training grounds will be created for testing non-traditional technologies for the extraction of hard-to-recover minerals. They will find their application in developed and irrigated deposits.”Everyone understands that the tasks of increasing strategic reserves are of national importance, so we are open to dialogue, as always, ready for constructive work with subsoil users,” Kobylkin said.The minister said that his department is creating a system of tax deductions for subsoil users who are conducting exploration, as well as considering the establishment of guarantees for foreign investors who will mine in Russia.